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About the craft
- Curtis Brainard, "Transparency Watch: A Closed Door," Columbia Journalism Review, September/October, 2011.
- Declan Fahy, Matthew Nisbet, "The Science Journalist Online: Shifting Roles and Emerging Practices," Climate Shift, Sept. 28. 2011.
- James Fahn, "Hooking the Reader: Dublin meeting highlights reporting challenges related to oceans, seafood," Columbia Journalism Review, Oct. 13, 2011.
- Joel Mackower, "Are Environmental Journalists an Endangered Species?" Huffington Post, Dec. 15, 2008.
- Dan Fagin, "Science and Journalism Fail to Connect" (page 4), Nieman Reports, Nov. 1, 2005.
- Bill Moyers, "How Do We Cover Penguins and Politics of Denial?" (page 26), Nieman Reports, Winter, 2005.
- Max Boykoff, "The Disconnect of News Reporting From Scientific Evidence" (page 17), Nieman Reports, Winter, 2005.
- Sharon Dunwoody, "Weight-of-Evidence Reporting: What Is It? Why Use It?" (page 20) Nieman Reports, Winter, 2005.
Reporting major issues
- Bud Ward, "Communicating on Climate Change," Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting, 2008. (PDF)
- Curtis Brainard, "Astill on Covering Forecasts," Columbia Journalism Review, Oct. 14, 2011.
- Irene M. Wielawski, "A Frustrating AP Series on Nuclear Safety," Columbia Journalism Review, Sept. 28, 2011.
- Ryan Chittum, "LAT On Why Solyndra Dazzled the Private and Public Sectors," Columbia Journalism Review, Sept. 26, 2011.